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Posted at 2:44 PM ET, 11/ 4/2010

GU politicians a plenty: D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. Sure, it's gray and rainy, but we've got a few posts from the D.C. area blogosphere that are sure to brighten up your day (and give you some ideas for dinner.) Who knew so many aspiring politicos came out of Georgetown University? Vox Populi, of course. Read on.

Borderstan has some photos of the proposed designs for the “branding” of D.C.’s new arts district along the 14th and U streets corridor.

Fantasizing about getting away but too broke to fund a trip? French Twist D.C. might have just the ticket. Tour Europe in 42 films as part of the 23rd annual AFI European Union Film Showcase. Yes, I know it’s not the same as sipping champagne on the French Riviera, but at least you can escape if only for an afternoon.

The 42 reports that a new cupcake/bakery shop is set to debut in D.C. Crumbs bakeshop will open near Metro Center next week. It’ll be the first of two shop the New York-based chain plans to open in the District.

By now you’ve seen all sorts of post-election breakdowns and analyses, but I still enjoyed this one from Vox Populi. It’s a list of GU alums by who won and who lost Tuesday. So many candidates! Must be something in the water.

On a cold day like this, how about some cast iron comfort food? Endless Simmer obliges with this recipe for cast iron eggs and taters. Mmmm.

That's it for now. Thanks for reading and do try and stay dry. There may be a bit more rain tomorrow, but the weekend should be nice. Plus, with the shift back to Standard Time, you'll be able to sleep an extra hour.

By Washington Post editors  | November 4, 2010; 2:44 PM ET
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